All about SNAP exam
SNAP full form is Symbiosis National Aptitude Test. It is the common admission test for pursuing MBA at all the 16 Symbiosis B-schools of India. The difficulty level of this test is easy to moderate. It is a computer based test. It is usually conducted in the month of December every year. Approximately 1 Lakh candidates appear for this exam from all over India.
A candidate is eligible for the exam if he or she has secured atleast 50% marks in his or her graduation degree of atleast 3 years duration from a reputed or recognised college/university. Moreover, candidates in their final year of graduation can also take the exam. There is no particular age limit for appearing for SNAP exam.
The SNAP exam consists of a total of 60 questions which can be answered in 60 minutes. It consists of three sections namely Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation, Analytical & Logical Reasoning and General English. There are total of 20, 25 and 15 questions in each section respectively. All the questions are MCQ type. 25% of the marks per question are deducted for every wrong answer. Candidate could appear for a maximum of two tests for SNAP 2020. If a candidate appeared for two tests, the higher score was be considered for final percentile calculation.
The major topics covered are-
Quants & Data Interpretation - Arithmetic, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Permutations, Combinations, Probability, Geometry, Logarithms, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Number Systems, and Progressions & Series, Graphs, Caselets, Line Graphs, Pie Charts and other graphs.
Analytical & Logical Reasoning – Critical Reasoning, Analogies, Clocks & Calendars, Arrangements, and directions.
General English- Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Word Meanings, FIJs, Grammar, Sentence Completion, Parajumbles and Odd man out.